Technology hub The Base has secured a trio of new lettings and taking occupancy at the town centre base up to 73%
Technology hub The Base has revealed a trio of lettings just weeks after announcing that all tenants with lease breaks had renewed their deals.
The 50,000 square foot grade A building in Warrington focuses on attracting digital and engineering-led business. Sylvie Morton of Langtree, which manages the building for owners Warrington & Co, says the deals demonstrate that Warrington’s economy has the resilience to ride out the current storm.
“Our tenants tend to be small, fast-growing and entrepreneurial businesses and are therefore a bellwether for economic confidence,” said Ms Morton. “These deals demonstrate continued belief in Warrington as a place from which to address the UK market.”
The lettings see digital marketing consultancy The Snap Agency, online pharmacy Helphy and clean energy company Together Energy join the building’s growing tenant roster. They will occupy 8.5% of the building’s space, taking occupancy to 73%. There are now 26 businesses employing 253 staff in the Dallam Lane premises.
Stephen Fitzsimons, business growth and investment lead at economic development agency Warrington & Co, added: “Warrington is sustaining its appeal as a technology and engineering hub. More pleasing is the fact that we continue to diversify our economic base, which will stand us in good stead when the economy emerges from its current position.”